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LACKAWANNA IlLOOMStlt'Wl IIAII.ltOAD
Accommodation Train, c.is A.St. l,n A. M.
Mnll Trntn 7.40 A. M 6. 3 1'. U
Kxprcss Train IMV.M, U.M A, M
11 6.5) 1'. M.
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Accommodation Train ...... CM A.M. 7,Eii l'.M.
ltcgular llxpress 3,M 1'. M. 11,1)3 A. M.
Through cars on I'.xprcss train either to New York
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train runs between
Cntawlssa and Wltllatnsport.
Slieriir Grovcr Is titillo sick ami confined to
A fourteen year old girl in .Sullivan welglii
Isaiah Yeager inn lea ml his hotel at Slab
town to Wellington Ycnger.
Tlio tramp travel Is Blaclittit; tip a trifle. The
nightly average In tlio lock-up is only three or
One of our druggists is singing. "Oil where
eih where ish mine little dog gone?'1 Can any
body tell Mm?
It's a mailer of no particular moment, hut did
any body ever hear of an organ grinder being
killed on the railroad ?
The D.vnvillo llccord printed lat week an ad
ditional list of thirty-two Montour county sol
diers who served in the late war.
Tho Krio Observer remarks that -'Charles If,
lluckalcw, of Columbia, heads the editorial tick
it," Hotter write to Mctiamln about that.
A very dangerous counterfeit five dollar hill
on the Merchants' National Hank of New lied
ford, Mass., Is in circulation. Look out for
Jefso Hlcki has purchased tlio clothing bust
"ess of M. U. llriitaln and removed to tho store
of IT. 0. Harlman. Ho will go to tho city soon
for new good.
Tho Opera Homo block in Scranlon was de
stroyed by firo on tho morning of March 23.
The loss is slated to bo nearly $150,000 J Insu
ranee $75,000. Tho firo was tho work of an
incendiary, for whose arrc3t $5000 reward is of-fercd.
THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCR LOjMBB gRGCOLUMBlA COUNTY, ..
Mr. Emanuel Savage, of Jackson township,
while engaged In felling trees on Friday last,
met wlili n painful and serious accident, In
which he had his leg broken in two places just
below tho knee-joint. llcnton (or Orangmtlc)
Chief of lVltcc Woodward reports that dur
ing the period extending from tho middle of
November lo this dato helms had mora than
four hundred tramps in the lock-up. This Is a
startling statement, and will doubtless surprise
most of the citizens of Hloouisburg.
There was an annular eclipse of the sun last
Saturday, which would have been visible at a
Hto hour in the afternoon, had the weather been
favorable. Hut It wasn't on tho contrary, very
much the reverse. Tho rain fell heavily and
the clouds were dense enough to have hidden a
What Is ibis ground-hog business, any way?
If, as we understand It, the animal went home
nbout tho second of lat February with tho re
mark that "cold weather won't bo played out
yet for six weeks," then we innglno lint he
know what he was talking about, and should
not be reviled.
Twcnty-fivo collieries operated by tlio
I'hlladclpliia and Heading Coal and Iron
Company resumed work on Monday.
Centralis correspondent writes us that on
Saturday night last a miner named Michael
Mclnaghaii was killed at tho Continental Col
liery. The body was not recovered until tlio
following morning. Ho leaves a wlfo nnd two
Orders havo been received at Centralla to re-
sumo mining operations, and It Is hoped all tho
Idle men will soon havo employment.
State Noiimai. School. Tlio opening of
the Now Normal Hall will tako place on Wed
nesday, April SClh, at ten o'clock a. in.
Addresses will bo delivered by ox-Oovcinor
James I'ollock, Dr. J, 1. Wickcrsham, Super
intendent of Public Instruction, and others.
The citizens of llloombtirg and all friends of
education aro cordially Invited lo bo present.
The spring term will open on Thursday,Apnl
27th, nnd continuo twelve weeks.
An exchange commenting on tho weather
during tho past winter, says:
That mild winters are unhealthy, tho past
decidedly demonstrates. Although wo havp
had an unusual number of clear bright days,
nnd comparatively but little foggy, rcoist weath
er, diseases of llio throat and lungs, and levers
never were so prevalent, fc'-o faK during March,
the mortality list is unuuaiiy lorgc. l-ncti-
monla, particularly, during the pat tnree
months, has been moro general and fatal than
ever known before."
Cyrus Dricsbach, of I,ewlburg, had a dog
and John II. lte-ale shot him. Mr. Iieale was
sued nnd judgment awarded against him for
SCO. If ne lived in I.cwislurg, wesliould raise
dogs of particularly Irritating dispositions and
nut to loss of temper on the part of the citizens,
for a comfortable income.
I'loomsburg was certainly not neglected at
Lancaster, having obtained n Presidential elec
tor and a delegate to the Democratic National
Convention at St. Louis.
The Independent HVrMihas removed its office
to Ilentein, Tho editor says "this change will
bo dccididly lo our own interests in more ways
than one." Good reason enough.
"The Centre Select School," under tho aus
pices, of Centre Orange, No. 20, closed on the
:ll Inst, witli appropriate exercises. Many
itors were present. The-II. L. Society met
ic same day to nominate officers for the next
nn. The society was organized January 6th,
and now has 63 members.
Coal mining in tho Wyoming Valley region
was resumed la-t Monday. This will give em
ployment to thousands of miners, and will make
the moncv market thereabouts a Irille easier.
Maple sugar season is at hand but there have
been loo few nm-diiny days of late for the pro
fitable tapping of trees. After the first of April
Wo shall prubably see freh sugar in market.
Por many years wolves have been almost en
tire strangers in Pennsylvania, but during the
p 1st winter sheep in great numbers have been
killed by these beasts in Clearfield county.
A flock of wild gece lias been feeding on the
grain fields along the river, every night for
nearly two weeks past. Cannot some of our
sporting men bag one or two of these big birds?
Itcv. John Hewitt on Sunday lat held ser
vices for I lie last time as rector of St. Paul's
Church, but announced that, at the request of
the vestry, ho would officiate or. Paster Sun
day. The Dupont Powder Company, at Wapwallo
pen, lias suspended work for the present. We
trust this will not cause the powder keg manu
factory of Judgo Monroe, nt llupert, to su.-pend
The Titusville Cmrier published last week, a
list of nimly-one sheiill's sales, litisiness niii-t
be slack in that region, but where does any one
find money to buy the fauns offered for sale
that's the mystery.
Wo rejoice to see that Miller, the genial clerk
of the Exchange Hotel, has relumed to his post
after a short vacation. He looks well.of course,
because "hand-ome is as huiid-,onio does," and
.he always docs that.
Eight feet of snow fell in Sullivan county
a4 winter and only fourteen inches this season.
Shouldn't be surprised if they had fresh vege
tables up there this summer, but it will crowd
the Autumn somewhat.
Maiket, Third and Centre Streets are in an
exceedingly muddy condition and the opinion
is becoming general that the only way in which
these thoroughfares can be kept in good order
is to pavo lUem with stone.
Ono of tlio queer things of life is la hear peo
ple who cannot write tno consecutivo lines cor
rectly, ili-cours'uig upon the merits and demer
its of newspapers, and telling how they could
itnpiovo them if they only had the chance.
A man with a trained bear was in town, one
afternoon la-t week' and the unfortunate animal
performed such tricks as he had been taught.
Our sympathies are always with llio bears they
look so utterly woebegone and wretched.
Tlio Sunbury and Lewislown ltailroad was
sold at public auction last week, and was pur
chascel by John K. Valentine for $101,000. A
protest was read before the sale declaring It it
legal on the ground of insufficient publication
Mr, K. Dennett, Professor of Penmanship
proposes organizing a class in this place. II
will meet Ihoso interested in the art this even-
.iiisi in the rooms over Drown Scott's Confect
ionery. Mr. Dennett ceuies among us highly
The saddest occurrence at Lancaster was J. J.
Auten, and Mart. Wilhiugton, of Nortlittniber-
inl, eating three saucers, each, ot smear case,"
tin: Loopcr J louse-, under Hie impression that
was ice iream. (,(i:tc v Jiutletin,
Can it lie? Mr. Auten has the floor and will
roh.iblv rise for n personal explanation.
One of the Pditorsof the Illooni'-buie Coi.VM
an has advertised for a bull-dog and a see-ond
anil howitzer, in anticipation ol another rish
g creek rehellicn. J'lymovth Judex.
If begets them he will have more munitions
f war than awholo army division could find
n tho County in 1801.
Out of nine hundred and ninety-one prosecu
ions brought in Schuylkill county courts, since
anuary, 1872, six hundred and thirty-two wero
for assault and battery, two hundred and eighty
four were for surety of the peace, ten for riot,
and twenty-three for murder. I'oltsville Miners'
Mr. W. P. Jones, the enterprising merchant
of Catawissa, will remove his fine stock of
Kernels to Past Nanticoke, on the first of April.
Mr. Jones is a live business man, and we regret
tat ho is going to leave this county. The pro
of Nanticoke will find in him a reliable
merchant, nnd good citizen. Success altcnel
.A lot of bound blank notes suilablo for ad
au'iiaitrators, or executors nnd also for vendues
Alsemrelers for School and Poor Distiicts, just
printed, Dlnnk petitions and bonds, for tavern
nml iaiiW-house licenses, lor sale at tne e.ob'
A new twenty cent silver coin bearing on ono
side the words "United fctntes ol America
Twenty Cents," and on the oilier tho Goddess
of Liberty and 1S75, is out fresh from the mint.
It is a litllo larger than tho five cent nickle, but
of about the same thickness.
Lewis Weiss, a hotel keeper of Deach Haven
was struck bv n Passli.g train on the L. & 1). 11
U. near Derwiek, on Monday afternoon last,
,! r.wlveil iniurics so severo as to cause III
n four IwilltM iifleruunU Mr. Wi-Iw had
tho hotel urewcity in UohisbiirK, form
erly kept by Mr. Kline, and expected to tako
possession at an early elay.
All nersnns intending to apply nt May term
of Columbia County Court for Paling-house,
lintel or Lluuor-storo licenses aro rcepureii u
fill their petition's wilh the clerk on or before
ihu twelfth dav of April next, us after tint
lime will bo too late. Dlank petitions and
bonds prepared under the new license lasr, can
he had at tho "Coi.umui.vn Printing Office."
D. Phani; Zaiiii.
Clerk Q. S.
M rs. A. J. Colley and her son Alexander
Colley, wero brought hero and lodged in jail, on
Saturday, charged with setting fire to tho barn
. e 1,'imi.l,. 'l l.miiMs. on West Creek, near
llenlon. Tho bam was entirely destroyed willi
Its content, consisting of bay, grain, harness
Ac. and aUu five- head of Horses nnu a iw,
pi... fir,, nr-purreil on Pridav night lat and was
discovered nt midnight. ,Tho loss Is estimated
nt $1200 on which no understand there U tm
Insurance of $C00.
The Senate at Harrisburg has passed a bill
making the tenth of May the opening day of
the Centennial a legal holiday. This legal
holiday business is slightly overdone. It would
be a good plan to have a standing committee on
al holidays, wilh instructions to not let the
umber run up to more than four in a week.
The following officers of the Columbia Coun
ty Dank were elected on Saturday last. Direc
tors, W. S. Conner, U. W. (-reveling, tlios.
Crcveling Jr,. C. Uitlenbender, Samuel J. Con-
cr, Samuel Kuorr, and C. W. Miller. Presi-
lent, W. S. Conner, Cashier J. V. Logan. Tho
Hank will be open for business on April 1st in
Gil more s new building.
The following officers were elected on the
evening of the 25lh inst., in Van Camp Lodge
I. O. of O. P. for the ensuing term.
N. G. David Winner.
V. G. J. S. Phillips.
P. S. C. P. Knapp.
A. S. Peter P. Knapp.
Treas, M. W. Nuss.
The following bill hns passed finally in both
branches of the Slato Legislature!
lit it enacted, ite., That any person within
this Commonwealth who shall playfully or
wantonly point or discharge n gun, pistol or
oilier fire-nrm nt any other person Bliall be
guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be sentenced to pay n fine not ex
(ceiling one thousand dollars, and undergo an
imprisonment not exceeding one year, or citii
cr, or both, at the discretion of the court.
The Ilngliesvllle Enterprise Is waging a fierce
war against the county commissioncis of In
coming county, whom it accuses of reckless ex
travagance. The last number of the paper eon
tains a wood-cut representing the commissioners
and their clerk busily engaged in doing nothing,
whilst from the figures wo gain the information
that tlio commissioners get in the neighborhood
of $800 a year each, and the clerk is set down
at $1200. These sums aro rather large, even
for a big county.
It is understood that the bonds holonzihl! to
various parlies, stolen from the Pirst National
Hank some months aco. have uecn rctiirneii ni a
cost of about ten thoiisaiul dollars. The bonds
and securities amount to near a hundred thous
and elollars. 1'ittston Gazette.
Dank robbing is a profitable business, after
all. If the thieves cannot keep all they steal,
they can generally compromise with the bank
officers, as in tlio above case, nnd make a hand
some profit for a few hours' work.
The bill providing for tlio erection of water
ing troughs along the public highways has be
come a law, but it does not apply to counties
having less than 45,000 inhabitants. It would
puzzle anybody but a State legislator to tell why
this limitation is made. If theso troughs are
useful in largo counties, why not in smaller
ones, nnd if not deemed necessary in sparsely
Bettled counties, why was the limit fixed at so
high a number of inhabitants as 45,000. Wo
give it up.
The editors of the Dloomsburg Cbfumdiaii and
the Montour American have formed themselves
into a mutual admiration society. They' evi
dently want to be noticed, nnd have arranged to
elo it themselves, if noboely else will. JUnlelon
How envious you fellows are. Don't any
body say a good word for the Sentinel! Then
... . . , .i . .... i .,
we will. It s a ue.iuiiitiiiy Tinmen, sprignuy,
well edited paper and a credit to the town and
county. There I ' Coals of lire, etc. you
A daring attempt was mnelo to rob ho
First National Dank nf Cliambcrsburg.
l'cnnn , on Friday night last. A man call
ing himself Major Itolllns, of New Orleans,
of gentlemanly nppcaranco and reputed
wealth, who had been boarding nt ft leading
hotel In Chnmbersburg for nearly n yta'i
mado tho acquaintance of many of tho prin
cipal citizens of the town, ft mong them tho
cashier of tho bank. U. It. Mcsscrsmlth.
OnJPriday evening, Uolllns called on Mcss
crsmlth with another man, namcei joun-
son who. ho said, wished lo place ft
nackaeo of 130.000 In thn batik. All thrco
event tn tho bank, nnd the cashier while
opening tho safo was gagged nnd bound by
tho ruluans. lie matiageel to glvo tno aiarin,
nnd Uolllns was captured, but Johnson es
Tho huge, drastic, griping sickening piljs,
coiistiucted of crude, conrto nnd bulky in
gredients, uro last lieiiig stipcrseucu uy xr.
IMns,..,'. lUi-itit I'nri'fttivo Pellets, or fell-
rai-.ivinieil. (Iniicpiitriitcd Uoot and Herbal
lllll ll.n "1 lllln
.iiiii-n. t nil-I, I mil's ,titu.,a ...v .....
Giant" Cathartic or .Mif'i'KNi fn Puri o Physic.
Modem Chemical Science enables Dr. Pierce
to extract from tho juices ot the most valu
able roots nnil Deri's their ncuvo inceiiciuai
principles, which, when worked Into litllo
Pellet or Granules, tcarccly larger than mus
t.inl Meed, renders each little Pellets as active
and powerlul nsn lnrgc pill, while they nro
much more paiatauie nnu piciisain in euw.
Dr. In.v a. TiiAYr.it. of llaconsburg, Ohio
writes: "I recard vour Pellets as tho best
for the conditions for which you pre
scribe them of anything I havo ever used,
so mild nnd certain in effect, nnd leaving
tho bowels ill nn excellent condition. It
seems to mo they must tako the place of nil
other cathartic pills nnd meelicincs."
Lyon k MACOMiir.lt. druggists, Vcrmll
linn, n. 'P.. snvs: "Wo think thev are going
to sell like hot cakes ns soon as jieoplo get
acquainted with them and will spoil tho
pill trade, ns those that have used them
liko them mush better than largo pills."
Ihr llenl.Tnn clecnnt room. BUltablo
lor oiiices. . Kent reasonauie. ipiuy soun.
J, 11. Alaizc.
Kspytown Steam Planing Mlll-for snlo or
:nt Address, N. U Punk,
rnil nt-'.NT. Thn (nrn rnomon Mnl'l
Street, below Market formerly occupied by
P. P. Lutz, ns ri Drug Storo nnil lately uy
M. C. Drittaln ns a Clothing Store. Inquire
of P.. I. Thornton. Mm. 21.-U.
Por Unnt A first-class oflico In the Co-
himbian llullellug, fronting tho Court House,
Apply nt this olhcc.
Vnn Ur.s-T. Tho House, barn, and lot on
Past Strcrt, formerly occupicel by I. W.
iics, appiy io juiuuiiwAi ji.ni.i.i.
Mnver Itmiliets lmva lii their Main Street
store tlio best assortment of Hard lttibber
Gnnds. over brouuht to Dloomsburz, com
prising Hair Dritshes, Combs, or various
styles, Drinking Cups nnd PInsks, March
Doxes, Funnels, Syringes, Untiles nlso
(Jtim Glotli, nanus, eve. unu mm examine.
O. C. Marr's New Goods nro nlways the
latest Styles in the market.
I.utz &. Sloan havo received their new
spring styles of Mine. l)einoret's Cut Paper
Patterns. Those not having received ti cat
iiliiguo from the carrier can get one by cal
ling nt tncir store.
New Prints nnd full lino of domestics for
c.T-li or produce lit Clark cc Woll's.
Spring Shoes at E. M. Knorr's at very
$2.00 buys a good pair ladies' Shoes at
White Dress Goods uro beginning to be
looked at, at I.W. llartmnn's.
Tho latest styles of Dress Goods at C. C.
GO TO THK
THEY NOW OFFER
10 lbs. bent Wbito Sugar for 1 00,
2 and ono-hulf lbs. Good Oolong Tea for $1 OO.
5 Cans of 3 lb. Pcaciioa for $1 OO.
3 lb. Can Toiuatocu 18 ccnta each.
CANNED CORN 20 CENTS PER CAN,
All other- goods equally low, for cash or produce.
1lin unrterslimMl wi uM here ty ftv i tn
, I'm. i i i
psrtl(s lnitetiN el to Mm. on nlo or
Iio placed In the nolieli e.t tlfb proi-er iril
lVbTi-tf. sTnniKN Kvorit,
r l rci-
kstatk or KnwAiw inrrFv. i.atko,
S OCt. IMS.
11 MATTER OF POPULAR INTEREST.
L- Por Wall Paper pn to G. A. Clark's.
Wheat per bushel
Corn, new, "
lints, ' "
Flour per barrel
sides A; shoulders
Lard per pound
Hay per ton
UUOTATIONS I'll It COAL.
No. 4 on Wharf 4,00 rcr Ton
No. 6 " " 8.W ;
No. r, " ' Mi .
lihicksraltli's Lump on tliarf $ 4,m "
" liltuinlnous ' 1 0.00 " "
A. J. Drown, tho artist, has e-nesiccd ns an
nssistant .Mis Uella Wilbur, wlioso reputa
tion us a first class artist is unsurpassed.
Hold tlio Port and buy a new pair of
shoes nt McKinney s.
J. Sehuvler it Son eivo notice that af
ter Anril 1st thev will not liust. but will
sell lower man any ono can nn uoing 11
3 pairs ol laelie s
Cotton Hose at Dutz ev S
You can get three
oan's for 25 cents.
I'UUAHY WKAVHU. At the Lutheran IMrsonago
In catawissa, on the na, lnst., uy itcv. w m. ei. i.au?ie
Mr. Win. T. Crcisy, to Miss Sarah J. weaver, bom
ot Cntan lssa Township.
FISHKU 1IENKV. on the sarao elay.by the same,
Mr. Wm. Fisher, lo Miss Lucy A. Henry, bom 01
Hid Established Coal lard.
O. W. Ni:ai, & Duo., Wholesale & ltetall Don't buy old-fashioned poods because
Dealers in all sizes of tho best qualities ol tliey are cheap. Uo to u. u. fliarrs ana gee
Ilea and White) Asli Uoal, al me very lowest mo iiiicsi. spring si) -its uirai',
market rates. Have constantly on liana largo
and ivimcuurncrs ejoni
The Scrnnlon Republican says that Asa Pack
er told a prominent citizen of that city the oth
er day that since tlio project of a Lehigh Val
ley branch road from Pittston to nernnton I1111I
leen so favorably eliscu-scel, lie hail made up
:iis mind to build it if lie was forced to elo it
alone. If a man has pluck and twenty millions,
or so, lie can do most anything in this sinful
The Harrisburg Patriot, , by sonic bluml
L'lves the name of one of the Delegates from
this Kleventh Congressional District as "David
Lowrv." It should bo "David Lowcnberp.'
The Philadelphia J't'mrs prints the mime cor
rectly, but wo notice that some of our exchan
ges have adopted tlio Patriot mistake. Mr
David Lowry of Lehigh county, was a elelegate
to the State Convention but does not go to St.
Louis as a delegate.
According to the report of the Secretary of
Internal A flairs, McCandlcss, thirteen countios
in tills State have no debt, viz: Aelams, lilair,
Ducks, Dutler, Centre, Columbia. Cumberland,
Pulton, Green, Huntingdon, Snyder, arren
and Wayne. Tlio aggregate debt of the other
counties of the Stale i S07.492.0 1, Philadelphia
monopolizing $C0,C00.10 of this 'blessing." In
addition Philadelphia has a floating debt of
some ten millions. If a municipal debt is a mu
nicipal blessing that city is the most highly fa
vored one in the laud.
The storm of Monday of last week did much
laniape in Wilkes-Harre. Signs were blown down,
roofs lorn oil' nnd plass broken. Messrs. Cath-
cart & Clark, our former townsmen, were so un
fortunate as to have one of tbe large plates of
plass In tlio front of their store broken by the
force of the gale. Dloomsburg ilul not sillier
iialerially, though the storm was a severe one
The barn of Mr. John Gibson, situated ir
AimFtic.ng township, Lycoming county, togetli
cr with cigiii nurses ami a mi pnnu ".
stioyeel by lire on Wednesday evening lnst. In
eiuhavorintf to rescue tlio horses Mr. lubson
was badly burned ubout the face and neck
iinil barely escaped Willi Ins life, llio loss is
liniated at 815,000, supposed to bo partially
insured. The light of the burning bam was
plainly seen at Milton. Miltonian.
If your next door neighbor has a little patch
ol ground which ho intends to convert into a
garilcu tlds spring, it is your duty, as 11 freo
born American cituen, lo purchase ten or a uoz-
1 chickens and let them run at largo after lie
gets alt his seeds in. Nothing leans so much
excitement and healthful exercise to garden
making as driving out your neighbor's chick-
. .. . , . . ... 1 !.,..
C1H. II 11 is inconvenient io heej, emthviis, u
young and lively dog, with an earnest dcairo
for acquiring Information will answer llio same
The iury to assess tho damages for straight
ening tho Pennsylvania railroad between Cain
station and Coatsville-, a distance of about ona
mile and a quarter, has found llio sum of 2j
22tl 00, which is thought to ho enormous. Tho
railroad company have no appeal, they having
aereed to abide by the decision of the jury.
Some of those juiors must have come origin.
ally, from Sullivan county, where they don t
There is treat excitement in Adams town
ship. Cambiia county, over the reqwrt that llio
Stinem.ui family have been left by relatives in
Germany a forluno of nine millions of dollars,
It is long since we have heard of one of those
largo foreign fortunes, and it looks liko old
times to read tho above statement. I he reek-
less manner in which wealth is handles! abroad
is well known, nnd nothing feems to be moro
common than for fortunes running into millions
to be found ownerless. To be sure, nobody on
this side of the water ever gets any, and tins is
really the only drawback. If wo could only
know of some body getting a million or so it
would be a preat relief. It would also stilfeii
up our confidence in tho limnagcnient of wcaltli
in the old country.
Mr. (ieorge Washington Cliilds A. M. has
been credited with somo of tho incut elaborato
and curious obituaiy poetry known to tho pres
cnt day. Some of the examples given have
of course been purely imaginary although,
in a humorous wav. very much liko some
of tho verses to bo found in his paper,
Tho following is genuine and wxs taken from
the 7'iith'c Ledijer of March 2Sth where it was
published under llio head of "Deaths." W u
rather fancy it will bo considcrcil ditlicult to
surpass this little cilurt.
pnld newiy lliose'liltlo drewei
That our Ceorgie used lo wear,
He will need them on earth novcr.,
He has climbed the golden stair.
Our first in hetivcn.
Gone to meet ids grandmother.
Tho editor of llio Danville Intelligencer an
swers our urtlclo of two weeks ago 011 tho sub
ject of tlio Ppiscopal church and tho common
schools, by a Hat denlul that no ever cnargeu
llio church with opposition to thuschool system,
and then devotes a hulf column of illogical ai-
punient, based mostly 011 mlsrepicsentaiions of
our aiticli", to prove that he eliil inako such a
charge and lliat It is true. The "scribe" of tlio
Ooi.UMiUAN feels It a prhileije at all times to
defend the Ppiscopal Church, from false
charges made against It by the Ignorant, or
malicious, ht lie does not deem It a nifuiy
to defend it ugainst anything that the InttlHyen
err may say.
Tho folio wing aro Ihe appointments mado I
tho Central Pennsylvania Conference of tho M
P. Church, for places within this county .
N. S. Diickinglinni, prodding elder, Dlooms
Inla J. Lloyd.
Duckliorn J. Horning,
lllooiusbiirg J. S. M' Murray.
P-py and Light Street A. Drittaln.
Orangcvillo H. S. Menelenhall.
Denton C. L. Denscoter, It. Lovcland.
Derwiek J. H. McGarrh.
Millllnville P. Gciuhnrt.
Catawissa S. W. Seairs.
Ccnlralia (1. M. Larned.
Messrs. J. Lorish and J. P. Stoker, Columbia
county men, proHwo opening their brick dwell
ing house, No. 3733 Market Street, Phlhidel
plila, for tho reception of boarders during th
Centennial Inhibition. The house is wilhl;
eav distanco of llio pxhibilion grounds, and III
horse airs pass the door every few minutes,
Tlioso who wuli to secure hoarel and aveilu tli
lariro prices charged by llio hotels had hettei
wrlto to Messrs. Lorish and Stoker and uiakour-
raiiEeinents. Heavy baggage will betaken
the house by the proprietors If visitors will han
them the It. It. checks.
W. P. Hess has removed his storo lour
doors below the old stand into one of the
rooms of tho bin dins' lated V erected by W ni.
Gilmoie, where ho is opening a large stock
ol new goods wliicn win uc soiu us eucnp
as can be nail in tnc city.
Dress Goods at Clark & Wolf's, 121 cents
and up, with a lull lino ol J.iujies' lies,
ltuchings, licru ietis, i,nccs, uuipuro im
and Uiisliniere l.aces.
Por comfort and durability, buy McKinncj 's
fine. Shoes, all widths and sizes in the best
TtpndvMado Clothing. Chcancr than ever at
Flour and Feed at M. M. Russell's.
Wo condensefrom tlio Lehigh r.enhkr the
tuusuiiii-u ;i uy fiiversuiiun unomuaic nan, in
rhiladeyWily eVanamakcr& Iirown's " LurKCist
Clotlilnjwifo In America." A visitor mid
attendant-ft 0 tho speakers :
I Inter. " What corner Is the BulMlne on?"
Attendant, " Komli-Fjirt corner of Ruth and
Itnrkct, l'leaso nolo tlio SIXTH, fur somo
nrangers recking Oak Hall, havo been misled
by designing pi uons."
V. "H Is pcriectly colossal I Do you know
A. "12,000 quiro fect-W 011 Jlarkrt, and
180 odd on Sixth, tlx stories high, has our
threo acre! rtfloorlsf, nnd cove- - fpaeoone-o
occupied by tiircSian twenty diCcrcnt busi
V. ''Ho you uso steam-piwer?"
A. "A giant young engine iurnlhcs power
Torino freight nnil passciii-cr elevators, anil ll.o
boilers e team for healing, and tho other opera
tions of tlio house."
V. " What order do you lake with gooda?"
A. "Theynio first iJpejfcd nnd arranged In
tho basement, on longlv counter.!, and taken
thence on tho fljAto otor to tho inspec
tor's room on thij'io'ii Coor."
V. " Is InMicctiuaTilio lirst operation?"
A. "No, elr, measuring, alio gojds nro first
jneiwurcdin llio piece, then Inspected. H10
rloth passes o er rollers In tho fac 0 of a rtrong
light, and two men sit, ono before ond ono
behind tho goods, watcliln- with tho cyo of ft
hawk for llio least pin-hole imperfectlr n, on l
marking every flaw, so that tliu cutter may (to
and avoid it when ho comes to cut tho car
lncnts." V. ' You must employ nn arr? of cutters V
A. "Coma to our tilth in,r and seel Wo
keep ,0 hands all tho tiiyi ey.ting up tho rlrth
Into garments, beside.1;; maeh ncs that do
a dozen men a work caclTU r. stroke."
V. "Do you mauulacturo all your own
A. "Wo do, and most carefully. Our ex
aminers Inspect ctcry ititcii nnd renn, nnd
rcrtilyto every pamient as extra-well mado
beforo wo put our tkkct on It, and becosio
rc'ponslbio for It."
, 'V "Your system must cave you n great
deal ? y
A. " in every direction, c!r. It is IK, t-
uuu leunuuiy v, u
that enables us :
rsionla as wo do.
V. "Aitcrlcsptctlngtlio work, whet tccomca
A. "Dcforo it goes Into Flock It i.i ttclc'cJ.
Every single gaiment bos its Lumber kik
other points Doled on it, so tha iucntlro Ike
Jory cuu Lo traced wlU.i,ut fad, upta our
Y. " You must have CO cr -n salesmen?"
A. "Why nr, 011 busy di.ya ; 1-11 me-'Aeo 100
in tlio various rooms nnd suites ot rooms,
gelling to the throngs of eu-;mers."
. "Iio you do cu order Lucie' by mall
perfect ryten cId mlcsof self-measurement
inako Iti'OMilhlo to ploaso t'coplo S.ieni miles
nwuy Jf?t iiyfcrficlly as If they were hero lu
V. " I euppoFo you barest least half a dozen
A. " My dear tlr I wo havo moro than tiecntu,
c.-ieh charri '1 with Its own business, and each,
thoroughly ufanlred, a nccoKary w heel wilh-
;n liiu irriuii.iii.ci,
V. "Ulll )vu i r.moaelozcn er so of tticml"
A. "twin pleasure, 'llio Custom Depart
ment, for Ihoso who prefer enn-.m-mndo to
rondy-madf. 'j;Vu riirnlihlng Department,
with its fflruio ftock of all underwear,
llio Bhlrt Ktctorjr, witti Its busy machines,
ralng Department, itself r.sbtg as many n regu
lar ft. ro, Tlio (.armcnt Mock llocm. Ilia
ltccelving I'.oor.i. Tl.o Order Depnitmcnt,
named before. HieFpceialUnlfomu Depart
ment, llio Delivery Depaitmcnt, with IU
scoroof njesseiigeri!. The"
V. "lluld.holdl sir, enough I"
A. "rmiii.tlinirthrrughr Tho Advertising
Department,wlth lu bllLand sign distributors.
cditlnAnd publlsliii-ca business and jicpular
journal, circuirrsig.ifte, iei,eweri..ismomiily
(tell all your frl'tfVioiciid ftrltj. 1 ha Mens
, i.w I'n.iwiuuii iuuu,;ll,
A. " very great.
All over tho country. Our
Department, wltinis mr.ny rooms. Tho Hoys'
Do-.inrlL.unu Tho Youths' Derailment. Oho
Children's Department, with lis special
cntrnueo for lsdlcs. 'llio Telegraph Deport
ment. Tlio Chler elt-rk's Dei.rimint, wilh
Its book-keepers and alstants. lienei-al Man
tiger's Depai.menti l'ltiainler's OIUcc, nud
ether c-ff.ces tf tl.o firmall bu-y as bees
thinking, planning, exeiitlng, bulng, male-ing.reiistering.reiiA-ipv.scndlrgejiit.ielllig,
anil in a thcusrinuA.j s joining tlielr forces
to carry e n a business rwfili tho I enple nmount
lng to between fJ,txi0,W)0 ana 13,000,000 an-tiu-illy."
A. "Indeed It isl I forgot to nnmo tho
Ci'liler's Department, w hich handles its S25,UJO
or retail salej on somo slnglo days I"
V. "fl'.OOOl Immento I That's.what enables
tho hou.-o to buy e hcai and sc'Vchcapi"
A. "Dxaetlyl You liavo jjt h.t it. Tho
reoplo throng here, krivylni that wo depend
on low price., and ImnwsXeiales."
V. "V.lut nro tho 'rota Mats' I hear so
A. "Our-; Irm of business dealing 1. Ono
price, no dovu ' ,c,n i i Cash fcr ei erj tiling ; y.
A guarantco protecting tho purcliaser: 4. Tho
money relumed If tho buyer CiU't othcrn lio
V. " Kothlng could be fairer."
A. " Nothing. And llio iorlo r-eo It."
V. "Well,! thank you, sir, ior your pvllto
A. " Krt at all. It's a pleamro to Fpfvo you.
Call again; and be n:ru cl to phyTe Wuia
maker f: Drmvn's Oak Ilallrt'ouSi-liut cor
ner bixtli nnd llnrkct." Xf
V. "Thnnl: y.-'Ut I shall bo harpy to do so.
hotter of Administration nn ihs-prtsT'
Itniroy hit" of Hie Iirourli ol I'-ntn ' .
ColmnMs, deeBSd,hV('InBriinteii '
ter of said county u, funui II. nalifiy of 1 1'
of t'entralla. All lrvms lmliitjeh.ini
eistatn of tho ilecoefont are roniinstort to nr
tf unlfln.n,nt. nnil lliOHtt Inilt-ht, (1 I'll '
niakfl tsiyineut lo tlio uurterl(rnel nilmlnl r t
wlllioutdehxv. 8.MIAII 11. iiai 1 ,
Mawli !l,-oi. Adinlnlstr,.i.rlx.
DMINISTIt VTOIl'S NOTICK.
tsnt.tr. of riAviD iiatik, huccabho.
tz-tters of Administration on tho Hn - of David
limis. lata r,I lleaver township, I'oiii.ii'iia' oi nt.
eleceasert, haTo licen ffrantPd by tho ileal it
oo.. to Morgorct and.
of llivld mm
ret and John II. Davis, Aelu Inl-.lrntors
.1wM All n-win. t-lnlmi
against thooslatoof tho ilece-elent arc rcepie ted lo
present them for settlment, nndtlms- inde-i-'ed ti
tho eslnto to make- payment to tho iindcn.h,ntd
Administrators without elelav. ,,.,,. ,
.1 A ll.t n in I if i , i,
JOHN II. DA IS,
Marenil,-t. Admlnlst.rut jrs.
K"TATK or S. K. Al.TtKHTSOM, Dtl E A' D.
letters of AdmlnlstMllon on the est.teof O.K.
Al'.iertson. I.ilo of lienton lownslilii, nitiiitvot I f
liitnl.li coiinty, flat) if lisnnsyivnni , ai a n,
havo been grnneou io ii. i. f" '""") !
l'.i to whom nil prrss'ins Indcbterl to s 1 1 . M . , o
niiucited to make layment, and t.n - ha Insf
cl-ilnisordomandswlll nuke ssoown t',- a wt,i
oul delay. II. 11. A t.llhl. isn N,
Dentoi., March 1" -Cw, Aiinjiu i mt.
ADMLVISTK VTelll'H NO PICK.
19ITATB OK RSOH IOIVI.IIK, UBe 'PA.-,I3.
lAitiersot Adnilnlstiniliin nu B3NH s rs
tnte ot Knos l'owl"r, latu of Itrlaren-ci. t wt, nip, Co.
liimbla county, state ot Pennsjlvanta, ii. d, vo
licen granted to W. 11. Drli-sbacii.of !-:il a t n . p,
I.iiAei no county, l'n., to whom nil pi-rn-m . In le'1 ed
nr.- reiiufstpil to inike pnvmtnt, fiud t , - lu4 nit
claims or demands will make known tun sale w itn
outdjluy. w.m. dijksi. a.
Admlnlitrntor iu t m . M.
rairATK or nonius 1-fiWr.l, DtcEAsi-n.
u-tti-ra or Adndnlstrullou on tjie rst.de vt MorrH
1'ursel, lain of Miidlson tomishlp county ef
eJoluinbta, state cf l't-nnsylwinla, ili-c el, huve
Iwcn L'l-nnled to Coliruel lircnmei-, . f Mnal. cn
tiiwiishln. l'a.. to whom all persons ln.1' ' at i
..-.Lit., ni-i, ri'niif-sted to make pnrnit nt.
O. A. Clark has iust cotten in his purine
stock of Ulauk Hooks. It is large and well
No ulaco like I. W. Hartman's for Cheap
I -a m "
I Another lareo assortment of Calicoes. Jlus-
j-.-Mie.'e;iui .icic-iikii.t. nii. w . --- ---r , i . i . c I
ion of coaU.fore leaving our vnrds. Grain litis and Tickings, just received at l.utz ev
CT. 131. JLIZIE'S
Corner iMain and Center Slreets
BLOOMSBURG, jP -A- - ,
n.l tn ,o
hatlm,' claims e.r deuinnds Mill hhiki- im n tao
sumo Hltnoit d.'la . CONK AD Kill' M Ell,
IVu K5-is Administrator.
4 IMMTOK'.S NOTICK.
t KSHTKOr WIIJIOX ALI.8N, DOTBl D.
i no undersign -d AiidKoi' to m.r..- en '-i 'bnof
tho fund In Hie hands of the Artmini-!r.it"r if t . n
tatei f Wilson Allen, doi uasod, Mill a", ad titno
duties ot hlsnppolnttn.-nt. nt his nC tn lib. .ns
burg. on 1'uesel.iv. Ap.-I n'tu. I Kill, ut la o'eiocl. a.
m., when nnd when- all persons li ol' ' e Ins
ugainst tno said estnte, nro reepiind to pr .rut the
same before the AUultor, or lu debam If. ji e Jin
Ing in lor a share of said fund. & otl I
March 21, 1S?-4W. Auditor.
A DUITOI'.'.S KOTICE.
ri. E ESTATF. OK JAMF19 ItlS, L.VTi: Of COI-CM-
BIA OOCNTV, PECEASKB.
Tlio undersigned auditor appointed by tho Court
to dlstubute tho balance in the luiid-. of the amln
lst rotors ot s-.ilil deccM"Pd to nnd ani"nir the persons
eutltl -d to tiie same, will attend UitheetulU sot his
appointment nt iho MierliT's ofilcc In llliomi tiun:,on
'1 uiwd iv, the Utli elay ot April, lsis, at ten o' 'look n.
m., when nnd here all pi-rsousnro hereby notltied
lo in iko their claim belmutiiq Auditor or bo debar
rot rom coming lu on suld lund.
Dloomsburg, JIar. li-lw. Auditor.
4 UDITOIt'S NOTICE.
fii tno matter of tho Sheriff's salo of the real t -tato
T. II. and William 11. Ddgar, traditions Edward;
The undersigned, appointed by the fiurt ct Com
mon Picas ol tiolumbta. county to distribute tnc nicn
ev arlilntr from said sales to and nmongM. tlio i en
titled, will perform the duties of his appointment
nt tho onice et It. r: js .1. M. Clark In liloomsbun, on
NUurdav, April, 22, is?n, nt 10 o'clock a in., when
mid Leie all persons interested will i ttend.
u. f. claim:.
March 17-w. Auditor.
.1UKUA UU1. v........-...-....-- "SH-- "- . t . .. . . "SI
ml Lumber taken in exchange for coal, bloan's and will be sold at tnc cry T ho llV't stOl'k Ol trrOCOl lCS ami provisions, t.ilieCIlSWlU'0, U lltsBWlll e
&. Sons' Furnace, East Hloomsburg.
I LiUIUUVl UUVtll lit v-jvittmw" " " ,
II delivered to any part of the town at cash prices.
irt notice. Orders leit at I. AV McKclvy's Tmirhr.i rnrZi Pl.nin "
re, or at our office, will receive nrompt,at- 0 I .y I n rord Carpet Chain, -
tilm. Office and Yards at William Neal Clark oc A oil s.
8 cents at
atronftKO respectfully solicited.
COAL. 17 tf 25
A fine collection of Surgical Instruments
la nffpml for sale hv Mover Urotlicrs. Theso
instruments arc of the very best materials
nnd wiirkmanshit) and are mado from the
When vnn o-n to rhiladelnhia ston at latest and most approved patterns. There
the Allegheny House, io. Hl anu si-i Jiar
kct street ; having been recently renovated,
rice only per day. A. iii.cic,
March lU,'7o-ly rropnetor,
etc., etc., in the county, for sale at wholesale or retail at
the very lowest prices.
Oct. 8,1 8T5
mo matter cf tho Sheriffs sale of tho property.
real estnto of Daniel fuieler dud Daniel .smder
Company, and Abram Snyder and Ell Hart nun.
Tho undersigned, appointed by tho Court of Com
mon Mens ot Columbia county to distribute t.o
money nrlsUigfrom said tales to and nmontr-.ttho
lien creators, win jcrrorm the duties of his appoint
ment nt the olt'.ce ut Hre-ckwny A; Elwell lu lilooios
burc on 1'ilday, March .Ust, 1S7G, nt Mo'cloek a.m.,
when and where all persons Interested will attend.
oi:o. D. ELWKI.I.,
March S-Iw Auditor.
In tho matter ct tho salo by the Sheriff of tho real
estate of Charles Leo ou Levaki IMcias, o.l.,
l'eb'y lenn, ISTS.
Hie underslctnerl auditor, appointed by tho court
toulstilbute tno money orisinc
ii n. r 1. 1 1 io
SeSi frii t'jtJ tsT-y
are no superior instruments in market. Any
article not in stock: will uo lump-lieu uy
Dr. Fillers Kidntv Cordial removes de
posits of Gravel, Calculi, Acid), retention, of
Urine, Ureal l urijicr oi tne luauuer unci
Kidney. C. A. Kleim Solo Agent for
ltupture cured In from SO to oo days by the Tri
umph Truss Co.. ot 834 now ery, J. l ., who offer
000 for a rupture they cannot euro. Sec advertise
ment and cut ot Truss In another column. Sena io
cents for descriptlvo book of Triumph Ilupture-
Curo. March 24, ,6-ij-
Moyer lirothers with the least possible de- i-),,.ip.. ;n Tow Blanks. Pundav School Libraries), Depositary of the
lay iii,dat.,,anufact'sjutpr.ce.s. Licuet ii Pennsylvania Bible Society,
WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPER, PICTURE FRAMES, REWARD CARLS.
Books and supplies not on hand can be furnished
On Short Notice ai the Most Reasonable Rates.
Store in Exchange Hotel Building, Bloomskirg, Pa.
Ladies, call and seo E. Ilutterick & Co's
Spring Pattern Hooks at U. U. Mnrr's.
Tiow Shoes at McKinncy's.
HAAS' EXl'ECroitlNT The irront uemcuy rnr
WANTED. WANTED. WANTED.
Anv nuantitvof Musk-Hat. Mink.ltacooii,
Fox ami Skunk skins for which the highest
Ouh price will uo panl by
Ladies in mournintr can cct Henrietta
Cloth. Peruvian Cloth. Cashmere'. Wool De-
lain, Crapes, Handkerchiefs, or anything
they need at iAitz x bloan's.
Oct. 8, 1ST!
pn,n.ii. r-niiii. cnnMiinntlon. anil nil Diseases of tho
iiirn.it nnd num. 111 cure, and ottenwhen thelcaso
apparently nopeiess. uuo nui iiil-uu iui.i, nine uo.en , at -u. Jl
!ii... ti, i mx.H urn llpstroed nnv ineellelne can 1
create them anew. Hut u do say, that If a person
has a violent cougn, Mgni Rwenes, ereepiiiK cuius,
,u n,inn..,i in ii.-r, 11 i-iiri- imiv uu ciit-Lit-u.
.1. ii. linniel A! Co i Dear blrs I have used Haas'
I'.xpectorntit In my family for so years, and hne the
i-.-e perlenee cl l now liifc- Its Rreat nierlls.nnd do (,'Ind-
ly ieeOIIlIlll-IHl It I" i Bminno nuu msu w.-
liuttcr 35 cents a pound, Eggs 1C cents a
Calf Hoots very cheap at E. M. Knorr's.
II. -I, It 7 f "l "fT..Jl. I.n", ,ln,,l,l ll.C I
null j u'cr. vi. v. v.iaiix uai ..i.i.u.i. ...
stock of any other establishment in town,
which must uo soul.
fialllpolls. Ohio, Nov. s, lsls.
Try It I I'lticu 6CCENTS. Bold oy an Drugcisis.
le-u. li. sin
I'noMiT ItmNKOitcr.MKNT. When tlio nhyi
icnl tneiL'ies arc overlnskeel or Ilac tliroutth
weakness or disease, they need prompt rein
foreeinint. Ilenewcel vicor is most snccelilv sup
(ilied llirough the medium of a Ionic stimulant,
and among medicinal resources nf that clai,I Ios-
tetcr s btomacli Hitters assuredly deserve a pre
eminent nlace. Weakness, whether constitu
tional or nrisiuc from disease or over-fatieue.
cannot be beller compensated lor man uy a re
sort to this prime strengthening cordial. Iho
enfeebled invalid, tho convalescent and the. iced
and infirm find that it is an unfailing source of
vitror and comfort, lis combined tome and al
terative uronerties nisei constitute it nn invalua
ble rimidv lor indieeslion. weakness of llie or
gans ot urination, constipation, torpiuity en ine
liver, anil many ether irregularities nnu disa
bilities, and render it an invaluable protection
against malaria, as welt as disorders ol ine stom
ach and bowels. March.
Ladies, co to C. C. Marr's for E. Ilutter
ick it Co.'s spring dress patterns, tho best in
Ladies' foxed Gaiters $2.00 at McKinncy's.
Now SnriiiK Styles of Dress Goods very
cheap at u. u. Jiarr s.
New goods this week at E. M. Knorr's.
1000 yards of Dry Goods to arrive this
weeK at i. iv. iiuriinuu s.
Oranges and Lemons always on hand nt
M. M. itiissell's.
For a nobby Cap go to D. Lowcnberg's.
For lihuik Hooks go to G, A. Clark's.
THE TRIUMPH TllUSS CO.
No. 331 liowery, New York,
TO WHOM WAS AYV.MIDED Till!
Best .Elastic Truss and Snpr ier
At the great A me i lean Institute 1'alr
Cl'IlE ltl'lTl'lIK IS l'UOM 1,0 TO 9 1 1UVF, ANII OlTEIl
fl.Mii ton A Cask Thev cannot Cche.
They em tiny a tlrst-cln-s Lad Surgeon. Terms
modcinte. Cures e.uiiranteed. 'I lie usual discounts
to 1'iitniis ct Husbandry. KMiiiilnalloiii Vice
orders lllled by I. all. !e-nd ten ci nts for DescrlptHo
liook-.to Hr.C. W. II. lU'ItNIIAM,
Mar. '.'l.Tii.-ly, Uc-uernl fcupcrliiteiideut.
" sniVBZxTririjLTZ d ware.
Electro-Plated Tabls Waro,
Ornamental Ait Work
IN onilAT VAHIETY,
M AN U FA CT U 1 1 1C D 11Y TIIE
Canned fruits of all kinds nt Itusscll's.
10 TIIE AFFLICrEI) AND CNI OItTU-
NATE. There is no class ot aiseasi8iuar.ro-
niirn mora enneneneu io iieae successiuiiy limn
Ihoseiif a prliute characte r. Jinny physicians sun-
tiose thai wnt-n tno primary Bjnipiouis ine ie'iiioeu,
tho disorder or poison liiisbec-n oiercouie. huehls
not the case, 'iho dllllcultles, or the various stages
of the ellseaso aro then to slice
attacked aro the throat, nose,
ti-iirlrins. bones. IlL-iiinentH. ears.
Iv these sjinplonis are treated by physicians as sim
ple ulcerations, until some ot tho liniiortant organs
,rtiinl,odv becomo lmolw-d. wheiicieatli rellee
ine bunerrr. int. 11. i. i.uiio, uuiiii; umuo u pu-
ulo diseases a study, guarantees a speedy nnd iier-
innneiiL ci.ro wmi iiureiv eifeiiiuio iiit-uic-iiic-s. jit-u-
leul unices and drug store, P.O. S31 North Fifteenth
btri'tt. Hours, hi till 1.30 mid 0 to 9 p. tn.
iinrcu ir, 'lu-iy.
Tor arerfect restoration ot the nervous si stem,
causing nil limueoiaiu uuu proin-r cuici in iiiu iuiiui
liigcasesi lupous debility hnimlie-d nutrition of
Ihu body, lassitude, weakness 111 the limbs unit back,
Indisposition uml incapacity for study, dullness of
upprelienslon, loss of memory, aeersloulo Boelcty,
timidity, self-distrust, tllulncss, headiiehe, Incident
tuboth sexes, for whoso benefit It Is designed and
whoso hn plnesa It will promote.
'I ho most eminent I hslclans of tills country havo
exerted themseUcs to the utmost to cluck Ihe In
eieaslng falallty resulting from the rclnintlonof llio
nerves. llulluL' for u long peilod devoled uitieli
study, tluiu anil labor In establishing u reieedy lor
tho perfect it-storatlou of tlienereous system, Ills
Spring lirnche Shawls at I. W. llnrtman's
$12.00 15.00 and $18.00.
Don't forget to call and examino E. M.
Knorr's Spring Goods uclore buying clsc-
Tho Newest. Neatest, and Nicest Clothing
coed. Hie parts tirst- for jlum nn,i thUdnn lliat can be obtained
i.'eyesl'Teliu'en in the'Niw York market hist received at
XJ, l.uil Cliuci a.
rieture Frames. A larco variety of Pic
ture Frames, 8x10, in stock. Other sizes
made to order, nt u. A. Ularrs hook oiore.
New Orleans liakhig Molasses, choice Syr
ups from 80 cents to $1 a gallon. A fine as
sortment ol Young llybon, Imperial, Jupuu
and lllack Teas at M. M. Uussel's.
HATS 1 II ATS II HATS 111
lirown, lllack and Navy Itlue.
just received at D. Lowenberg's,
G. A. Clnrk annoiriices that nltlioUKh he
does not keep "music" on hand, yet he is
coiista ntly ordering. Send him your onlers
l-'AiiMi-ns. Attkntion. Hii-m'1 lakes liutler
the pe-rfeel itsiorat ou ot tne nereous sjsiein, it is i ,, - i ' V i. i.. i.. i .... r.,,,.
gratliylng lobe able to announce the succeisat- Legs, Lard and Produce in exchange' for goods
tending my new method, 'lUioiigh this remedy tho I - -
lilllXMATlsM, Xettralgia, Lumbago, Scia
tica ltlicunintlu Gout and Nervous Diseases
nositivelv cured by Dr. Fillers llheumatic
GENTS I 50 subscribers daily. Host literary
paper, einiy 51. .011 3 ear. 1111
Mu neon &
Only si. "A) a j ear. Tin co 10 chromes
pi-nsier, I'uus , riiua.
COUGH!:, COLDS, HOAKSKNESS,
WELLS' CARBOUO TABLETS
Put up oniv in ni.UD HOXKS.
A Ti icil sini! fini-c Ilcmcilj'.
For salo bvelrueerlsts cenernllv. and JOIINSTOK
HULLOWAY Co., 1'hlladelphla, l'a.
i:g rrom tue Micriu s
i the duties of his nn-
lHilntinent on s-atuielay, Uieblh day of April A. 1).
Isiii, nt 10 ocluk a. m at the hherirf'H oilicc, in
Hloomsburg, at which tlmo and place all persons nro
hercbv re quired to rr.nko their claims beforo the au
ditor or be debarred from coming In upnu nald fund.
WD1XY W HIT,
Dloomsburg, March a, 1ST0-4t Auditor.
Joseph 1'. Conner and Snmuel Conner Administra
tors of ei. 11. l'owlerdece:isc'd,v. H. v. Daker.
Hi tho Court of Coininon Mens or Cjlumbla County
No, 23a Dec. T. lbTl-l-l. 1'u. 112 Dec. T. l;5 Vrud.
Dx. lll-'eb. T. isio.
Tho unaerslgncd appointed by tho Court to dis
tribute the money arising from iLe bhcriri's ? alo In
the above easo among the Lien Credltrrs legally ct
titled thereto will attend to tho duties ot Ids ap
pointment, at the Oflico of A. C. Mnllli & hem In
llloomvburg on Kilelay tho 71111101- ct April lsTe!,wheu
and where nil pel-sons baling Ileus are rceruc ted 10
present the same before tho Auellter cr lu delnrreil
from ccmlng in for a shaie of told moiu y.
HEIIVDY li SMITH,
March 10, 'T0.-4t Auditor.
WATERS' l AN0S, Miff-rag
THE IlilsT MADLi tlio'loue. Touch. Woikiimushlu
and Durability unsurpassed.
WATRIiS' ltc; iXS, Concerto,
NEW OIICIIESTIIAI., VEM'I'.lI. CHAIT.I., VIAI
11;, una 1 1 .Miu.i.i.A cunnoi no e-Meueu in luuo
101' Is 11 line 1MIT.V
or beauty. 'II10 coNe'I'le'lo v
I 111. 01 llio 11L1A. tUICU.
I'ltlCKN r.XTIIEMUI.Y LOW fe-rcnUi during this
Month. Monthly Installments rccctecd.
A l.lbernl Dlsi ount to 'iciieliers, Mlnlsters.thurch.
cs, M-lKinls. I edges-, 1 tc. AeiEN'i s 7 NTl'.D.
1H clal Indueeinenls to the trade. Illustrated Cat
alogue sent. IIOUACi; WATUltSfiSONs-.-l-d llroad
w ny, New York. , March 11-iw
nerie-H cun bo reueiieu ami in such a way tnat. now-
en cr shuttered or prostrated, they cuu bo poife-etl)
rebtoriid. it nets on Iho nines ul once, jet with
getilleuesg restoring Ihemto aiialurid stale, uud
reir.ueiiig cuu nour uisutssuitf uisi-uac-D. M, 1 ., 1 litllo rt A T.'lnt.r. ejiA r,i
lioiu bc-xe-s, inoio oi less, uuougu 1110 probiriiuoii 1 iiciruy .um 1 no. v. 4. u.v ..v...,
Jec. ii, 10 jy
of Ihoiienous byktein, loso their energy. In Mich I liloonisburg.Pa.
Instances thuNerio lteinedy li.ay be itlled Uou In "'uu"1!!ul"bi
o50 li roadway, Now York
Tho best plated Spoons and l'oiks aro those Sliver
Plated heuUcst 011 the pails wliironeccssailly tho
most wear coincs, and bearing the lrade Mark,
1817 UOGEllS llltOTIlEltS-XII.
N. II.-This great hniroumcnt In Slutr-I'lated
spoons and 1'oiI.b Is applied ulilo to each grade ot
l'late. A 1. Bund 12 oz.. osordeied. The Process and
Machinery for manufacturing thete goods aro Pat
ented. 1 he Ultra or "Staudaid Plate" made by this
company Is slumped A 1, simply, Hid Is plated M
percent, heavier than the ordinary markttstand
Iirrirfct l'n 111I1.111S ancrded al al l'ulrs where
exhibited, frrm Wcriel's 1'iur ef lsj-j to American
I nslliute l ull-, U75, Ineluslee.
Jlnrcli 10, 10. dm.
Aiiims HiMrn! Medals nnd Diplomas awarded
forllolmans OKlAh MHLKS.
ifio llluslratloi s. Addie-sblui i.ew circulars. A J.
llolman A co.,V3j Aich tlreil, Hilla. JIar. 11-iw
-ir 4 xtfPlll Agents for Iho best selling
WiVjN I l iliii l'aekogo in ll.o world.
It contains 11, sin 1 lb pal 1 r, ir. em eluj es, guide 11 pen,
penholder. peliclO'iittlit juiel meusuie, nnd 11 pleeo
if jewelry, Mnglo rnckuge Willi pair cf elegant
Hold Menu Weeio liollins poslpnid. tn cents, s,
w nil assorted Jewelry, fi r II. 1 1lls p .i-ktu,'" hub been
eainliiid by tho imiillsliersol the eoiiui.us nnd
found us represented woilh thuliioi.e, ,ulehes
lUIIDK A. CO., 7Cy llrcudwaj. N, Y.
KAUB FRYMIER & EDWARD
Successors to 11, Dorsey t Son,
0IIINA. GLASS & QUEENSWARE,
Old Stand, 9.'3 Market St., opp. new I'. 0., I'hll.i.
An offeilng gro.t inducements tn purchasers of
I'llUNCll ciii.na DI.NNHll mid 'I I1A MITS, plain
nnd decoriite-d, eliole-o slyle-K uiiilfciiperlur nujltle.
AnoxlentUe undMirlid nsse rlinent of clIAMUlilt
M-.ir, ii-Ki.ieir. ami iio.Mi:sue' e.LASswAiti-;,
plain, cut. nnd encraeed. ourblci-k has U-en oniv.
iully telected and pun hused lor cash, enabling us lo
sell nt the lowest pilc-e-s. lispecial care devuted lo
our 11 lull di I'nnii ill. i'urllcular allrlillun given
to decoialloii of clilua nnd glasH 10 older, In fulisets
ortu mute h broken sets, mil lino or latest styld-i
undtn-si niakmof hll.Vlill-WAlli;.
D H Co. March 17-isw
n o will be at our office, In Dloomsburg, on Mon
day, April srd. 1S70, nud will receive propo-inlbe-tw
ecu ono and two e.Ylcw!: p. m., ot said day t J build
the following named bridges :
Ono out Little l'isldng creek, near Jacob Christ
ian's, superstructure to ij a wooden bracoc reel
bridge. 44 feet span, Vi feet rcadway,aud built upon
ono hew bridge over samo Creole near Samuel
Ecknian's. To bo a wooden brico covered bilUge,
52 feet span, nnd two abutments 8 feet high with
aultatlo wing walls, roadway Hi feet.
PU.A8 jioiir.NiiY, 1 ejomrs.
joun iinr.Nr.u, of
J. E. 6AND3, J Col. Co
Dloomsburg l'a., Mar. 21, let.
March 21, "o.-5w.
WM. KUICiaiAt M,
. nud '
I" ' i-;
fur vi 11 1 s
TliilMS: Actual travellnc-. boniilln"
ezpenses; live dollars a sesbliii, tert.-i 11.
nini icu ce 111s a 10110, t uunureu vor ..-i,
0111 uuu loiig-imuei.
Whc 10 the matter reported In one day erju or
exceeds Ml tullos, the iie-.Mloilar 1 v .1 1 i-b llt
e d, nnd ihe iranseillilug Inii, long-lui.d e 1 at
lllteeti i-ents a folio; but, lu all we". 11 - ii wir
limn nri folios are purchasu!, the uve 1 s vt.i
AililioHH. S. N. Walker, A. M . luui ? -..
rapher, Dloomsburg, Culumidu county, 1'-i,',ajia.
Uoeldcnco. iron street, between "ultit met
oniee, WlllE. E.Onls. Dsq. .foli'ialii i-Uulld-tng;
entraiice.opposlto tho cut gutr to tao cujrt
houeo said, nrst lloor, llrstdoo: ti. rt -lit.
onli-e-Iiour, from twelve tu one o'c. ii,
rcb is, isTC-ly
A warded llio Highest Medal at Vienna.
iiv viiiri i: or a wkit or vr.ND.rx. v 1 cut
of tliu Court of Cotniiioii Pleas of I'ouuubl, 1 j. ty
no's lu Inn uuceteu, wui bo tAi-osed ti..ilr u.i l 10
SATUl'DAY, Al'HIL 8th, 1-7C,
at 10 o'clock a. m., nil that certain real e " ' to
In Montuna, Coiijnghain lowuulilp. ccp ,. r a
ty, lioundidby hu d of Dvau. I01.es, i.f .Mury 1 ee )
tho west 1 being ubout lldlty fiitin Hunt,
'IhoNerie heiucdvts- laielullv loiiinouiided audi
ill up In boxes with full dlrei-Uoim. l'llee, 0110 dol
lar, ciuresied 10 any address on receipt of prleo.
1)11. 1. ClIAl'NCl'.'Y Tl-.llllY.
12iw Vino bireet, 1'hl'a.
onico hours, 11 a. m. 10 s p. m., 1 to v p. in.
Tint ONiiv Hi'iuf I'l'iiK Yon Iti'i-TiuiK. 'I'ho oldest
and best hernia surgeons In the world aro some of
th advantages olfeied by tho Triumph Truss Co.,
331 llower)', N. Y.i whoso truss and supporter wero I
awarded tliu meiiai at mo late tcwslon 0! mo eireai
American JustUiitu l'alr. Mend 10 cents for thelr
uowboe, March 21 JC-ly
If you want a good Hum,
If you want cheap uml gotiel Tea,
If ypu want Coll'e'c Java or Uio,
If you waut Kooel C'uniieel Fruit,
If you want tliu best Mackerel,
If you want Sugar for tho least money,
If you want tho best Syrups iu town,
If you want goenl Cigars,
If you want good Tobucco,
It' you want anything In tho Grocery and
Provision line, go to Huiui'Xi.'i'.Malii street,
WANTDD, AODN IS for Iho eillDAT
CKNTENSIAIi VNIVKliSAI, IUST0UY
to the elotu cl'thu llrst lis) jears of our National In
cletH iielei.ee, Ineluiilng 1111 uee-uuiit of the 10 m Ing
lii uml ceiiteiilihil Kxh bltlon, too who, lino eiigrnv-
s. i.xua leiins. m-iiu tor
Co., ais Aich Miccl, 1'hUa.
logs, low pi lei1, tiulik sales,
clioular. I'. W.VlefclerJll
"V7"ANTED, AdF.XTS. A complele lilslo
11 ryot I'eniis.iluinl.i, 1'roni Iho Hist selile.
meiits to tho picouit. I Wm. ii. Cviltill, !.. I . ll.
Noaily co - hireo octnui nugi-K nvf-rTl. tinei llln-tm-
iloiis. No full hUli of our stale has bes-n Issued
foroicr hullu cciiliuy. Agents will icce-lvou our.
dial welcoii.olii liiliuiluelug IhlK siiletidld work. A
1UKE eluse i:. We- wulit livnl netnu luce er town
shin. W1lluut01.ee lurlllll iwlllcUlAmuud rhuleo
ot terrlUiry. Addiowi ouaktrr City I'libluiilnif Co.,
Jilbouilifl Mitel, I'hlhe. Aliuch II-5w.
E. & H.T. ANTHONY & CO.,
O'Jl, Hroadicay, iVcie? York.
(eipp. Metropolitan Hotel.)
MiiiiTACTriinis, IsirotiTEiis anp Dealers is
ClIliOMOS AND FKAMES,
STKHEOSCOPES AND VIEWS,
Ll!l' MS, GltAPlHWCOPES &SU1TA11LE
Woare headiinailcrs Icreierj thing In tho way ot
Storeopticons aud Magio Lautcrns,
Mlt'ltO-SCIENTIFIC LANTEltN, '
A DVEUT1 SE1 t'S STEU UOPT ICON,
SCHOOL LANTr.IIN, FAMILY LANTEliN
Bach stjlo being Ihe best of lis clam In tho market
Ciiinlrgiios ot Uinttms uml tildes, with tHroclIeius
for using, se-nt em u41e4llon.
Any euUirprUliig'iiiau can mn(. money with a
Manlii 1 iitilnl 11
fltfrOut out this uduitUciiieut for Vcfcr
1 LANK NOTKS.wllh oiviilhoiil eit-uii lloi
1) tur salo at llu) OoLi usuii uil'cv, '
ty, iKiunueei uy 1111 us 01 j.vau .ioi.es, 1.1 Mury
on Ihe soulli, 11 public road em toe e. f
11 llio wese t iieing 1
no liiiiiUied and lertv feel in net t
whereon uro elected a dnu Lng hou e unci e-.it-buUdlncs.
se reel, taken into execution, and to 1 e sold tin
proju-rtj of Ullum Morgan aud J hhiii D. llUjUt ..
Uy virtue tf a writ of Alias l'lul '"1 l. s to inn
lib eel ed will tm cxiiobcd to pnlHii ale e'.
tho Court House In filoomsbiiK'. .11 to t m -
stiiige el 11 liuct of laud utunlolu e rant, 1 wr In,
Coluinbla eouiity, p.i., bounded 1 n the 1 . i tti 1 , 1 ii
f Dniiiel Kline anil Abner Welsli, tul io wit j
DiiLlel Kline and Jonathan l'oieit ruth n - ly
,iolin Kline, and on tho east by Aore-r Welsn; c
talulng 00 ncii'b, moio crli-b6.cn vir hoi. tr et X
a. dwelling-house, barn, nndolhcrcuui . Udlni,.-.
A certain lot of crround Int.li-ht Shvnt. r.-in-
No. el at.il onivhall ut lot No. 7 In M-li . 1
sain town.wiii'ivon nro eret ied two ip ' ' e.
slublu nud oilier uutbullctinus.
E-ciM-ci, luKeii uuu oAeie-iieieu, nnu ic r
piofciij ut mailed iav.
At tho same tlmo nnd place, by vlrt tie t
I.unrl l ui las, idl.tliut exilt.ln lot or t" t
situate lnl'.euMr lowhshlp. c, 1 mil.'. . .. ,
b.HJI'lled nud rleeribl luf follows, lo . i.
norlh ten luhi b) lapdof I'. .Meu, e, ,i.i 11
nn iitii along 11 reitaln street uol 1i ir
Daniel lm-is, ou iLtieukl h) iuuili l .-.ii 1
niMj-iwo anu iwevii-nin j'Pixnei. nt.ri
d a 1 rho
Uylumlot Jeitiu 11, Ue4iK sniy-iwo un I
iwiehi'ii to tl.o iilutc if W'glim.ii-j i , i
eiiKiiil u uwi'lllrgliouiiekGd uil. 1 un
Kuoil, lakeii Into exocutlmi. 1,1. j i..
1 et u juettu ai. hueae.
Muroli I. lU.
M, LI e
C;iOle(1yuUein. A'fceU want ,1 (1 t rj